The most concerning part comes at the end "Here's a 4 year old bug report showing the issue, and another, and another". OpenSLL is supposed to be security software... shouldn't happen.
You seem to be under the impression that because prisons are overcrowded we have stopped putting people in them. In reality we just pack a few more in; the violence, drug abuse, sexual assault, and gang membership this inevitably makes even worse is simply ignored.
There is nothing specifically wrong with America's education system.
You're making some assumptions there. Perhaps part of the problem with America's education system is that certain demographics are undeserved. I grew up in a small and poor town, attended public school and got an education that, while certainly not the best money could buy, was more than enough to prepare me for college and eventually the workforce. Meanwhile, school districts with comparable wealth in the inner city schools of the same state are underfunded trash.
Why the disparity? Part of it is cost, it simply costs more to operate a school in an inner city environment. Part of it is teachers, once inner city schools got the reputation they have many good teachers fled. Part of it is, undoubtedly, cultural. Inner city cultures (completely irrespective of race IMO) don't tend to value education as much so the school gets less support from the parents of students and has a much harder time fundraising even though wealth levels are about the same. The point is that the end result is lower quality schools, which in turn leads to poorer outcomes.
Damn, I chose 10-20, forgot all about the bundles I've bought. Probably should be the next option up at least, but at least those games I actually own and they don't try to nickel and dime me to death.
Of course it's built in, it's part of the "ok google" keyword that Google Now (recently added to the Chrome browser) uses to detect an incoming command. The flaw is that transcript is kept for any length of time and that it's available to websites being viewed.
You're going to get some weird inflections there, chopping up sentences. Nothing too obvious but if your movie is filled with them it'll get annoying. Better would be to have the narrator quoting other people, then just drop the framing quote.
Script: People used to say "The Earth is the center of the universe" (to be read with the passion of a true believer).
She is an actor after all, even as a narrator you can have her playing a character for the important lines resulting in a more believable performance.
Somewhere in history there was the first mutant ape that was classified as some form of human.
This is unlikely and even if true meaningless. Speciation is a human concept, it has very little reality in the actual real world. Change happens so gradually and across such a large population (even a population of a few hundred is "large" in this context) that you can't put a line in the sand and say human on this side, non-human on the other.
"Flame" is nothing but superheated gases. You can have a flame without combustion if you raise the temperature some other way. In this case it's electrical heating, ram air pressure, and simple air friction.
To make it fair, have a checklist before they roll out the door that includes verifying that the transmitter and receiver and present and functional. Failure to follow the checklist and report non-functional equipment results in the above. This way legitimate breakages aren't punished (and therefor hidden) and you also shift it from a "we don't trust you" to a "you didn't follow procedure". While the fact is that you don't trust them, morale will suffer less from the latter than the former.
You don't understand, every time you dilute the mixture further the power of your money increases! By the third or fourth dilution the water is the essence of wealth and is priceless.
Did they fix the bug where tabbing out of a full screen video exits full screen mode? Drives me nuts.
Why should that follow? Maybe the prevention of evil is a larger evil than would be prevented? Like a tumor that a surgeon could only remove by killing you, maybe cutting free will out of the human experience would render the human experience meaningless? Of course, there are flaws to be found in that argument too. Like a poster above I'm not a believer, I just don't like weak arguments.
He was first out of the plane but one of only 2 in a wing suit, by the time he opened his chute and the rock fell past the other divers were well below him and you can see where the other wingsuited diver was in the video. Even the plane was below him by this point of the flight. If it came from his chute you'll have to explain to me how it's moving at a few hundred miles per hour relative to him (easily calculated based on frame to frame movement).
To be fair, $450 per coin is about... $449.50 more than I ever thought they would be. It'll be interesting to see what happens when the hype dies down and the speculation starts to dry up. Until then I'll watch from the sidelines, happy enough even if I could have bought in when it was pennies per coin.
Designing a fission nuke isn't as hard as people like to make it out to be. With a couple of math and physics students and access to unclassified materials and you can have a working, though perhaps not efficient, design in less than a year. We know this to be true because someone paid a couple of graduate students to do it and they came up with a design that, according to analysis by experts, would have worked. He might have helped them along by a few months, but the real bottle neck in any nuclear program is the enrichment process.
Fusion bombs are a bit trickier, but Fuchs left the US program before the difficult parts of the problem were fully understood. Again, he might have saved the Soviets some time, but would 6 months or a year really have made that much of a difference in history?
The only conceivable way I can imagine it changing history is if the US, emboldened by being the only power in the world with the H-bomb, had used them almost immediately after the outbreak of hostilities on the Korean peninsula. Not as far fetched as it may sound, there were voices in the US military who were calling for the nukes to be dropped even with a thermonuclear capable Russia right next door. Without that threat they may have gotten there way.